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Bike Lane Pro Trainer Bicycle Indoor Trainer Exercise Machine Ride All Year
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- Includes an 850 gram machined steel flywheel for the most natural pedal feel and riser block
- Train safely, away from high traffic areas
- Easy change resistance controller allows you to choose your training with up to 7 levels of resistance
- Wide base design gives extra stability and a smooth, quiet ride
- Cutting edge technology
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Includes an 850 gram machined steel flywheel for the most natural pedal feel and riser block. Train safely, away from high traffic areas. Easy change resistance controller allows you to choose your training with up to 7 levels of resistance. Wide base design gives extra stability and a smooth, quiet ride. Cutting edge technology. Adjustable through 7 levels of resistance. Maximum stability. Robust construction and proven reliability. Fits 700c (road) or 26 in. (mountain) wheels with different tire sizes. Folds for easy storage. Warranty: One year. Assembly required. 18.75 in. L x 21.5 in. W x 15.25 in. H (22.5 lbs.).
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I found the setup on this device to be very easy. They even provided the tools to do it. You have to make sure you have the friction adjustment just right so the tire isn't pinched too much or if too loose it will slip. Once you find the balance it works great!
I find a very nice range of resistance with the magnetic device. I can make it even wider by use of the bicycles own gears.
I have read some reviews that said these systems are very noisy. So far this one doesn't make much noise at all. There is a slight whiring sound but not at all objectionable. I can easily watch tv while riding without interruption.
I can't speak to longevity due to not having it long but is seems well built and sturdy.
I am very pleased with the purchase and highly recommend it.
Update 9/29/2016 - This thing is still running strong and although I've not been as diligent as I should have been lately, it's still a solid performer when I go to use it. No issues or complaints to note, other than the cable for tension control is a bit cumbersome. Here is a hint though....tie a twist tie around it and you can tie it to the brake cables on your bike and pull it out of your way. When you take your bike off the trainer you can simply untie is and use the twist tie to reel up the tension control and store as you see fit.
People are saying it's loud and I only noticed that on the 1st difficulty. Beyond that it's pretty quiet. Maybe it's just because I only go very fast on the 1st difficulty. For me I had to bike about 25-30mph at the first difficulty for it to be loud enough my neighbor living below me complained :p
The main issue I'm having is that when pedaling slower (about 10-15mph) on the higher difficulties, the resistance isn't uniform. I'll pedal 1 revolution and part of it will be easy and part of it will be hard. Also, I'm not sure what it is but it doesn't feel like you're pedaling uphill as you increase the difficulty, more like you're pedaling through thicker and thicker molasses, if that makes any sense.